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Arabische Welt: Terror, Bruderkriege, üble Despoten – Die islamische Tragödie

Das Assad-Regime lässt weiter die furchtbaren Fassbomben auf Aleppo fallen. Zu den Opfern gehören jedesmal Kinder. Dem verletzten Mädchen ist der Horror ins Gesicht geschrieben

Damascus, Syria, Before And After - War destroys everything it touches.  Now imagine that first one as a street in California.  It could be, you know; someday.  This is much how people felt about the Civil War too.  That one was the last major war on American soil
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Damascus, Syria, Before And After

Damascus, Syria, Before And After - War destroys everything it touches. Now imagine that first one as a street in California. It could be, you know; someday. This is much how people felt about the Civil War too. That one was the last major war on American soil

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Beobachtungsstelle für Menschenrechte meldet: Mindestens 65 Tote bei Kämpfen in Syrien

Dieser Bild soll Kämpfer der Terrormiliz ISIS in der Provinz Deir Essor zeigen

from BBC News

Syria: The story of the conflict

BBC News: The Story of the Syrian Conflict. Pro-democracy protests erupted in March 2011 in the southern city of Deraa after the arrest and torture of some teenagers who painted revolutionary slogans on a school wall. After security forces opened fire on demonstrators, killing several, more took to the streets.

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Arabische Welt: Terror, Bruderkriege, üble Despoten – Die islamische Tragödie

Eine syrische Frau, zwei Jugendliche und ein Baby – sie fliehen am Donnerstag vor den Bomben des Assad-Regimes

from NPR.org

Seeing Syria's War Through the Lens

Free Syrian Army fighters exchange fire with regime forces in the Salah Al Din neighborhood of Aleppo, Aug. 22.

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Beobachtungsstelle für Menschenrechte meldet: Mindestens 65 Tote bei Kämpfen in Syrien

Alltag im Bürgerkrieg: Bewohner eines zerstörten Hauses haben ihr Sofa auf den Balkon geschoben (Aleppo, 1. August 2015)